Soaring 239 metres* into the sky above Europe’s most dynamic business district, the Landmark Pinnacle designed by internationally renowned architects Squire and Partners, is a place to live like no other.
Enjoying uninterrupted views to the east and west across London, and featuring three entire levels dedicated to a unique array of lifestyle facilities that complement perfectly appointed contemporary residences. This is London living at the very highest level. *AOD (ABOVE ORDNANCE DATUM)
The breathtaking Club Terrace on level 75 is the largest private amenity space ever created at such an elevation in London. Never has there been a more extraordinary place from which to welcome the arrival of a new day, or relax over cocktails with friends, whilst enjoying one of the world’s finest views. The unique living experience at the Landmark Pinnacle starts the moment you arrive at a dramatic double-height entrance, embraced by the three buildings that form the Landmark enclave. Adjacent to the contemporary sweep of Pinnacle Park, with its crisp angles and verdant planting. Featuring state-of-the-art technology, the Private Cinema is the perfect place to enjoy everything from the latest blockbusters to major sporting events.
The private park and garden occupying this entire level are like nothing London has ever seen before. Featuring paths that wind their way through a curated collection of hundreds of trees and plants, against a backdrop of spectacular city views. The perfect spaces in which to take a sunrise stroll, or to relax and enjoy the changing colours of sunset. With an extraordinary view east over the shimmering skyline of Canary Wharf, the Club Lounge is a sumptuous and spectacular space in which to relax. Perfect for quiet contemplation over a morning coffee to evening drinks and a game of pool. The state-of-the-art gym spans the entire west facing elevation of Level 56. Featuring floor to ceiling windows, never before has a cardio workout been accompanied by such a remarkable view of the capital.
Canary Wharf boasts five shopping malls providing 120 shops ranging from small boutiques and designer labels to established English luxury brands. Premium lifestyle stores include Aspinal of London and Carat jewellery. There are quintessential menswear names such as Hackett, Dunhill and Church’s, and brands such as Kiehl’s and Blink Brow Bar who have chosen Canary Wharf as the location for their first standalone UK stores. You can also find opportunities in Canary Wharf’s malls to keep fit, buy original British art or restock your fridge at the country’s largest Waitrose supermarket.
Canary Wharf is alive with opportunities to enjoy a social life as varied and exciting as London has ever had to offer. Watch the latest blockbusters with friends in the sumptuous surroundings of a boutique cinema. Sip sunset cocktails prepared by some of the capital’s finest mixologists. Meet up for an early morning espresso or a late Sunday brunch, at one of a myriad choice of coffee bars and eateries. The possibilities are almost endless, and for those living at the Landmark Pinnacle this whole lifestyle will literally be on the doorstep.
The surrounding area is home to a vast choice of open spaces, from sweeping riverside walks to verdant parks and gardens. With many of these playing host to events and activities, from weekly farmers’ markets to outdoor summer concerts. For those seeking an active life, the 568 acre Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is just 10 minutes away, and features an unrivalled array of world-class sporting facilities.
London City Airport
King’s Cross/St Pancras
London is one of the world’s greatest centres of education, and more than twenty of its finest universities and colleges are located within 45 minutes of the Landmark Pinnacle. Including Imperial College, the London School of Economics and the new UCL campus at Stratford. Leading their fields in a vast array of subjects, from science and technology to drama to dance.
University of Westminster
King’s College London
London School of Economics
University College London
Imperial College London
Central Saint Martins